Siemens presents awards for smart technology reporting



For the first time, Germanyʼs Siemens has organized a regional competition for journalists writing about topics relating to intelligent infrastructure in Hungary, the company said in a press release Saturday.

The awards were presented to three journalists from, and for reporting on smart devices, drones and the "fourth industrial revolution," the press release said. The Siemens Press Award is presented in ten countries of Central and Eastern Europe, among them Hungary, and received altogether 147 submissions this year.

The three Hungarian winners made it to the finals in Vienna, where the top 30 journalists were in competition. The company said "we are proud to support such an important mission as sustainability" and expressed hope that journalists will deal with similar topics more in future.


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